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Gomel State Medical University


The Gomel state medical university this dynamically developing

establishment of the education widely known in Belarus

and abroad as the center of the �Supreme Medical Education� and a medical science.

Now the structure of high school includes 5 faculties,

68 Specialties including 16 clinical, 12 rates in structure of faculties, and also the Central research laboratory.

The successes of medicine of the 21 century are determined

not only by achievements of fundamental applied sciences, biology,

recent engineering designs, but, to a significant extent,

by people who realize outcomes of theoretical innovations into practical medicine.

Therefore, preparation of the competent doctor possessing deep scientific knowledge,

skilled in diagnostic and medical technologies,

is one of the main issues of a higher medical school.

The Gomel State Medical University completely corresponds

to the status of a modern University and is recognized by every part of the world.

The graduates of the University work in clinics of different cities of the Republic of Belarus,

Newly Independent States and Western Europe, Middle East and Asia.



Today, Gomel State Medical University has:

  • � 600 highly-qualified professors and assistant professors;
  • � 34 departments, 5 profile research laboratories and a central research laboratory;
  • � 18 large clinics equipped in modern way;
  • � the clinical base of the University is the best in Belarus,
  • advanced medical technologies on diagnostic and treatment of endocrinology,
  •  cardiologic, immunologic, hematology, ophthalmologic, oncology and other diseases are applied;
  • � More than 5000 (including more than 1300 overseas) students taught at 5 faculties of the University;
  • � The library with rich volume of books and access to Internet,
  •  three reading halls enabling adequate preparation for the educational process;
  • � Modem hostels with comfortable flats, lounges and physical training room, sports base;
  • � Computer classes with access to Internet. For the years of its existence,
  • the University has prepared more than 2000 doctors.
  • We have foreign students from Poland, Turkey, Russia, China,
  • Vietnam, Lebanon, Iran, South America, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Newly Independent States and Western Europe.



The international relations

We support and we develop versatile contacts to medical high schools

of near and far abroad. We have international cooperation with

Universities of pediatrics Ygilonsk of university (Krakow, Poland),

by a scientific organization of young scientists and students of Gdansk university (Poland),

clinic of a children's diabetes of Florence (Italy), the military -

rehabilitation center of are established. Ragama (Sri Lanka),

 medical faculty of university of Aberdeen (Scotland),

three universities in USA and Kind relations maintained

with many medical high schools and scientific research institute of Russia.


In the country of "rising sun" the word "radiation", as well as in Belarus,

associates with a pain and losses. In the cooperation agreement with

the Japanese colleagues the basic stress � carrying out of joint researches

in the field of diseases induced by radiation and pathologies, search of the

most effective ways of their treatment. The exchange of students and teachers

became good tradition in relations between the Gomel state medical university

and universities and universities of Japan.


]Seen results are brought carried out at support of the

Japanese memorial fund of health "Sasakava" with the project on introduction of a telemedicine.


Since 2001 the university works above performance of the Japan -Belarus project

"Telemedicine" on which the network from 20 workstations and a powerful

server with an output through fiber-optical connection with the Belarus

state medical university, Republican medical library, BelCMT and Universities

in cities Nagasaki (Japan) and Aberdeen (Scotland) was

established and ready to start-up, and also medical institutions of the Gomel area.

At university began release of own ultimedia manuals.


On October, 24, 2005 solemn signing the Agreement on the Academic cooperation

between the Center of medical sciences of the Texas technical university and

Establishment of education � Gomel state medical university � has taken place.

The agreement provides active cooperation in the field of a science,

an exchange of students and the faculty, participation in the

international scientific conferences, a joint spelling of scientific works.

Cooperation between our universities began 3 years ago.




Faculty of General Medicine for Overseas Students

Faculty of Pediatric

Faculty of Dentistry

Medical - diagnostic faculty

Medical - preventive faculty

Faculty on preparation of experts for foreign countries



Faculty of General Medicine for Overseas Students

Faculty of General Medicine for Overseas Students was established in 2000

and in terms of the number of its student�s rates second in the University.

The Faculty unites about 1300 students from more than 138 countries of the world.  

The Faculty prepares general practitioners, its graduates are conferred the

profession of a Physician and the degree of a Doctor of Medicine. Postgraduation study,

clinical residence and training in various spheres of medicine are also available for the overseas students.

Within the years of its existence the Faculty has prepared more than 140 doctors who work as physicians, podiatrists, surgeons, obstetricians-gynecologists, anesthesiologists in medical institutions worldwide.

The faculty provides with a premedical education where students study

subjects necessary for enrollment to the University (Russian language,

biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics) for 10 months.

The period of study in the University is 6 years.

The first three years the students study fundamental subjects such as human anatomy,

histology, biology, chemistry, physics, Latin languages, philosophy.

Each subject is evaluated at winter and summer exams. Starting from

the 4th year the students take their courses on the clinical premises

of the University � in hospitals, out-patient clinics, in the Republican Research

Centre of Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology, and other medical facilities of the city.

Students get deep knowledge of internal and surgical diseases, obstetrics and gynecology,

medical aids, prophylaxis, treatment of heart vascular system, traumas, infectious diseases,

oncology, neurology, pediatrics, drug addiction and psychosomatic diseases,

internal diseases and many others. At the end of the 4th, 5th and 6th years of study

students have nursery, out-patient and doctoral trainings respectively and have 1 or 1.5 months holiday.

Upon graduation from the university the students pass final state exams and are issued diplomas.

Students of the faculty are provided with all facilities to receive deep knowledge and professional skills.

Subjects are taught by the experienced teachers in both Russian and English languages.

Successive students who engage themselves into research are welcomed

to continue their education at the clinical residence and post-graduation level.

If you decided to become a Doctor, welcome to our University.

To be enrolled to the faculty of General Medicine for Overseas Students,

please provide us with the following documents:


1. GCSE duly certified;

2. Medical certificate of health state.

3. National passport

4. 6 recent photos sized 4x6 cm.

5. Academic transcript (translated into Russian or English duly certified).


Please fill the Application Form on this link

We wish you Best of Luck

Contact us:

Members of Staff

Head General Secretary

Miss. Nina Bazanov. S


Deputy Secretary

Mr. Borislav Dmitri

Tel +380(93)129 258 2

Tel +380(63)665 971 6

Kiev /Kharkov Ukraine

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Study in Poland

Learn about Poland and its history

Why Poland ?


Poland is a fascinating country that serves as the geographical and

cultural crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe . Located at the center of


the Northern European plain, Poland has been a nation of survivors since the

foundation of the first Polish state more than 1000 years ago.

Through its turbulent history its people have managed to maintain their identity,

and today, the country enjoys a crucial position as the largest of the former

Eastern European states and the most populous new member of the European Union.

General information about Poland GEOGRAPHY

Poland is located in the very centre of Europe . With the total area of 312,679 km

(120,728 sq mi) its the seventh biggest country on the continent. Polish population

is over 38,5 million people. The capital city is Warsaw (around 2 million inhabitants).


Poland borders 7 countries: Germany on the west, Czech Republic and Slovakia on the south,

Ukraine , Belarus and Lithuania on the east, and Russia on the north. Most of the

country is located on lowlands. On the south there are upland areas with two major mountain chains ?

the Carpathians (Karpaty) and the Sudetes (Sudety). The Baltic sea coastline on the north measures 770 km .

The longest river, Vistula (Wisla) is 1,047 km ( 678 miles ) long. The highest point of Poland is the peak of Rysy ,

2,499 metres (8, 199 ft ) in elevation. The lowest point in Poland is at 2 metres ( 7 ft ) below sea level,

located in the Vistula Delta. The climate is moderate.

The average summer temperature ranges from 20 C ( 68 F ) to 30 C ( 86 F ).


Winters are cold ? the average ranges from 3 C ( 37,4 F ) in the northwest to -8 C ( 17,6 F ) in the northeast.

Poland in short

Official name: Republic of Poland /Rzeczpospolita Polska

(short form: Poland/ Polska) Independence: 11 November 1918 (republic proclaimed)

Government type: republic Location: Central Europe Border countries: Belarus 416 km ,

Czech Republic 790 km , Germany 467 km , Lithuania 103 km , Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast) 210 km ,

Slovakia 541 km , Ukraine 529 km Language: Polish Capital city: Warsaw


Living and Working in Poland

In Polish cities it's easy for a student to find a part-time job.

The wages increase systematically, so many Polish students choose paid studies and start working.

Although the permission to work in Poland depends on your country of origin.

EU/EEA citizens Citizens of European Union and EEA countries

( Switzerland , Iceland , Norway and Liechtenstein ) are eligible to work in Poland without a work permit.

Tuition Fee Packages:

The tuition fee payment is possible in installments.

Offer / Acceptance letter : 400Eur

Tuition fee Polish Language course. Duration One year: 2500Eur

Tuition fee Bachelor. Duration: Three years: 3200Eur

Tuition fee Master. Duration One year: 3800EurLiving

Living expenses and food a month: 100Eur


Study in Lithuania


Lithuania is a new and active member of the European Union (since May 1, 2004)

and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (since March 29, 2004).

Lithuania is the only Baltic country with nearly eight hundred years of statehood tradition,

while its name was first mentioned almost one thousand years ago, in 1009.

Wedged at the dividing line of Western and Eastern civilizations,

Lithuania battled dramatically for its independence and survival.

Once in the Middle Ages, Lithuania was the largest state in the entire Eastern Europe,

where crafts and overseas trade prospered.

Vilnius is a capital of Lithuania. Vilnius has always been a multinational, multilingual,

and multicultural European city. Trying to position itself as an informal political leader of the Baltic countries,

Lithuania shares its own experiences in democratic developments

with other countries of post-soviet block and takes active participation in the EU renewal processes.

In April 2005, Vilnius hosted the meeting of 26 NATO foreign ministers.


Spring marathon of musical festivals is kicked off by an elite Vilnius Festival with the most prominent

classical music ensembles and jazz masters from all over the world participating each year.

The venue then passes the baton to Pazaislis Festival of Classical and Sacred Music.

Pazaislis Monastery, a genuine masterpiece of Baroque architecture in Lithuania,

features central concerts of the festival; other performances are commonly held in churches and abbeys.

The musical waves of the Christopher Summer Festival floods Vilnius and its environs with summer concerts.

The festival skilfully blends the classical masters with avant-garde escapades,

the cycles of piano and organ music with guitar performances. Altogether,

festivals offer over 100 unique performances every year.


Expect fireworks of jam sessions at an international Kaunas Jazz Festival,

Blues Nights on the Lukstas Lake, Vilnius and Klaipeda Jazz festivals.

Excellent local Jazz performers always make a fantastic discovery for those,

who are unaware of the country's jazz traditions. In the memory of the world-famous performer,

jazz lovers in Lithuania erected a monument to Frank Zappa.

At least ten international folklore festivals are held during the summer months.

Their performances attract crowds of spectators, dozens of ethnic congregations,

hundreds of folk art exhibitions. Every four years, The Festival of Song (and Dance)

gathers Lithuanians from all over the world into a colossal nationwide event of unsurpassed exuberance.

The song festivals of the three Baltic countries are jointly included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Museums. Lithuanians, whose motherland had experienced such a dramatic history,

protect and honour historical legacy and cultural heritage of their country.


The National Museum of Lithuania, the oldest in the country,

holds the largest repository of cultural heritage in the country.

The Old Arsenal located nearby presents the prehistory of the Balts and origins of Lithuanian nation.

An open-air Folk Museum in Rumsiskes represents four major ethnographic regions of the country.


The most valuable art collections are held in the Lithuanian Art Museum in the Chodkevicius (Chodkiewicz)

and Radvila Palaces, K.Varnelis Home-museum, the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Vilnius,

M.K.Ciurlionis National Art Museum, M.Zilinskas Picture Gallery in Kaunas, Klaipeda Picture Gallery.

Horrible repressions of Soviet period and World War II are reflected in the Museum of Genocide Victims,

opened in the premises of former KGB headquarters, or the Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum in Vilnius.

Grutas Park, an "exile camp" just outside Druskininkai,

now features monuments of the Soviet leaders brought here from all over the country.

Also visit the former missile-launching grounds of the Soviet Army found in the Zemaitija National Park.

Sport. Basketball is one of the most popular sports in our country.

For millions of people all over the world,

it was precisely basketball that put the name of Lithuania on the map together with its star players

such as Arvydas Sabonis, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Arvydas Macijauskas, Zydrunas Ilgauskas,

Linas Kleiza coaches, referees and organizers. In a relatively short history of Lithuanian basketball

(the first basketball game took place in 1922), the men's national team won three Olympic bronze medals,

three times was the European champion, and once earned European silver.

The Lithuanian national womens team also took gold and silver in European championships.

Youth and junior basketball teams of Lithuania also are recent champions of Europe.

Discus thrower Virgilijus Alekna won two Olympic Games;

pentathlon athlete Andrejus Zadneprovskis is an Olympic silver medalist,

while his teammate Edvinas Krungolcas won three European gold medals.

The world's strongest man also lives in Lithuania:

Zydrunas Savickas is the reigning champion and three-time winner of the Arnold Strongman title.

Jurgis Kairys, the first man to fly in the sky to the music, is the world leader in aerobatics.

Zuvedra, the dance sport formation of unrivalled grace and expression, is a four-time world champion and five-time European champion.


Food is one of the true joys of life. The largest cities feature many of the world's finest cuisines.

Whether you wish to have a quick snack or eat out in style, it is always for you to choose:

beer pubs deep down in the basement or out in the sunshine, cafes frequented by bohemia,

youngsters or elegant public; luxurious restaurants decorated in a retro style or boasting modern interiors;

a country-style seklycia offering traditional food or an exotic dining establishment reminding us of the Soviet-era canteens.

Smaller villages may lack some of the sophistication but they will definitely offer at least some European and national dishes.

As far as Lithuanian beers are concerned, selected Lithuanian brews consistently win gold medals in the world beer competitions.

National Holidays:

January 1 New Year�s Day

February 16 Day of Re-establishment of the State of Lithuania (Independence Day)

March 11 Day of Restitution of Independence of Lithuania

Sunday-Monday (March-April) Easter (in the Western Christian tradition)

May 1 International Labour Day

First Sunday of May Mother's Day

June 24 St. Johns Day, Midsummer Day (Jonines, Rasos)

July 6 Day of the Statehood (the Crowning Day of the Lithuanian King Mindaugas)

August 15 Assumption Day (Zolines)

November 1 All Saints Day (Velines)

December 25-26 Christmas


Geographic Location: the Republic of Lithuania lies on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea.

In the north, the country borders on Latvia (588 km), in the east  on Belarus (660 km),

in the south  on Poland (103 km) and Kaliningrad Region of the Russian Federation (273 km).

Lithuania holds a 90 kilometre long area of the Baltic Sea coast.

As the National Geographic Institute of France confirmed in 1989,

the geographic centre of Europe lies just 24 kilometres northwest of Vilnius.


Total area: 65,300 sq. km. nearly one third of the territory is covered by forests, 4.5% �

by inland waters. There are over 2,800 lakes larger than 0.5 hectares in size,

and 18 rivers longer than 100 kilometres in Lithuania.


Study in Georgia

Georgia (Europe) - Exciting Opportunities in a World Class University.

Study in Georgia

Bachelor: Four years. Tuition fee between 2200USD to 4000USD. After Visa

Masters: Two year: Tuition fee between 2500USD to 3700USD. After Visa

Invitation Letter with approval from Education and Internal Affairs Minitries: 500USD upfont payment.


Accommodation: 40USD a month

Food and Transport: 100USD a month

Why go to Georgia :


Anytime admission and study commence

All courses available

No IELTS/TOEFL required for admission.

No Embassy Interview for Visa

Fast Visa Process in total 20 days.

Very Economical Tuition Fee Structure for all programs/ courses

Secondary(10th) and Higher Secondary(12th)/ O level/ A level/ SSCE pass student are Eligible

No Funds required for Visa.


Easy Job Oriented Programme.

Gap in Studies acceptable.

Spouse Visa can be obtained.

Migration Option to Malta after one year Spending in Georgia Campus.

We take approval from Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Internal Affairs,

Georgia before sending Students to Georgia.


On-line Application Form

Please do not hesitate to make more queries,

For more information:

Contact us:

Members of Staff

Head General Secretary

Miss. Nina Bazanov. S


Deputy Secretary

Mr. Borislav Dmitri

Tel +380(93)129 258 2

Tel +380(63)665 971 6

Kiev /Kharkov Ukraine

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